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გია ბუღაძის ლექცია - ,,კარავაჯო - ადამიანი და ეპოქა''
Don't Give Up
Tulisa, the Wood-Cutter's Daughter is an Indian legend from the Somadeva Bhaṭṭa. The tale concerns a woodcutter's daughter who hears a voice at a fountain "Will you be my wife". On the third time she refers the voice to her father a woodcutter to whom the voice promises great wealth. The voice turns out to be that of a serpent king whom Tulisa meets at night but never sees. Soon after the daughter's marriage her father becomes rich, arousing the jealousy of neighbours. After many turns the story culminates with Tulisa and her husband prince Basnak Dau clothed in royal robes.
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